On successful completion of an undergraduate degree our Business School students can progress onto a business Master's with us for free. T&C's apply.
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Interested in both business and law?
Take advantage of our close links between business and law for an undergraduate degree designed to give you the best balance of business management and legal knowledge to help you kick-start your career. This programme enables you to explore and develop skills in all key business disciplines, with a focus on business law. Teaching is delivered by business and legal professionals with a focus on what is important to you - your employability.
• Practical courses delivered by experienced teachers and specialists with industry expertise
• Focused learning - smaller class sizes mean friendly, personalised teaching, greater interaction and that your views will be heard
• Study at a truly international Business School with sites across the UK, in Germany and Hong Kong plus with CampuSwitch you can move between our campuses globally and online to suit your situation
• Free Master's offer - qualify for a Master's worth up to £17,000 upon course completion
• Check out how we can support your fees through scholarships and bursaries
A Level grades BBC
GCSE grade C/4 in Maths and English, or equivalent
Requirements for the Foundation Year differ from those listed.
September 2021See all Start Dates
N2M1 (Full-time 3 year)
N21M (Foundation 4 year)
Our Business Management with Law course offers an elegant combination of business and relevant law modules to offer you the chance to customise your learning. After covering the essential areas of business management during your first year you’ll further explore these areas in greater depth, along with a variety of law subjects from which you can choose the areas that are of most interest to you.
With our practical approach to teaching we want to make sure that you gain the important knowledge and skills employers are looking for. Throughout the course you’ll get to develop transferable skills such as research, presentation, critical analysis, problem solving, team work and entrepreneurship.
This course opens up a variety of career options to you, including roles as a management consultant, business analyst, operations manager, or an entrepreneur.
You can choose to take an additional Foundation Year before you start this course. This introductory year focuses on developing the key skills required to study at degree level and covers the same modules across all business and law courses. The modules covered will initially enhance your communications skills, digital and information literacy and ability to think critically. In addition, modules covering the Foundations of Business Management, Law, and Social Sciences will not only support your progression onto your business degree, but also give you an introduction to other disciplines. You then have the added flexibility of switching your degree programme if another discipline captures your interest, subject to availability and entry requirements.
Entry requirements for the Foundation Year are different than for our three year degrees. For full details, check our Entry Requirements page.
Elective modules (choose one)
To get a full picture of how studying this course works during the year, take a look at our course date breakdowns.
Assessments may consist of individual in-class tests, individual reports, in-class group presentations, group projects and exams.
This course has an innovatively flexible structure, with specific assessments that are conducive to effective learning.
We care about your career, which is why we offer support with job applications and other work experience opportunities as soon as you accept your place.Discover more
Sep 2021 fees:
UK students per year: £9,250
International students per year: £14,150
If you need to fund your studies with a student loan you can apply via Student Finance.
We have students from over 120 different countries throughout our campuses, with a dedicated team to help international students.